Curiously, the wind died and the blowing snow
The aircraft itself may produce its own blowing snow
Off the mouse siblings scamper to play in the blowing snow
for Christmas Day.
2 Instagram a super #basic pic of you blowing snow
off your mittens.
Since a person is blowing snow
, and dirt is not a problem, all that was necessary was some way to keep the snow out.
The NWS defines it as "a severe snowstorm characterized by strong winds causing blowing snow
that results in low visibilities." The difference between a blizzard and a snowstorm is the strength of the wind, not the amount of snow.
Living snow fences disrupt wind patterns, causing blowing snow
to be deposited in designated areas around the fence and away from the road.
Nine deaths were indirectly storm-related: four involved shoveling or blowing snow
; two carbon monoxide intoxication deaths occurred in stranded vehicles; two persons with acute medical emergencies died because they could not be transported to facilities with appropriate levels of care; and one death occurred during efforts to free a stuck vehicle.
Perhaps it was that my ancestors made a business of supplying millions of seedlings to shield railroad cuts from blowing snow
and to help slow topsoil losses on the Northern Plains during the Dust Bowl days.
Even the security guards, outside in the bitter cold and blowing snow
, were patient and kind helping audience members cross the slippery roads and sidewalks leading to the theater doors.